Moscato d’Asti DOCG “RUSTÌ”

Rustì. In Piedmontese dialect means roasted. Very mature berries
have intense gold spots, brown, they appear almost burned …
roasted precisely



The Moscato grape from different vineyards are vinified and blended to produce a delicate, aromatic wine with fragrant features.
Straw yellow color with plenty of golden tinges, it has a subtle spritzy personality that brings out its fragrance to the full. The nose is fruity and aromatic, with hints of the grape itself, rose petals, yellow peaches, honey and lime flowers.

A sweet, fresh and inviting wine, with a stimulating acidity that makes it hard to put down, and an appealing, refreshing celebration at any hour of the day.

Technical sheet

VINEYARD: Produced from the grapes of several vineyards, placed on the hills of Alba.

SOIL: Marly.

EXPOSURE: South-east and south-west.

GRAPE: 100% Moscato.

AVERAGE DENSITY: 4.000 vines/hectare.

TRAINING: Guyot with arched canes.

HARVEST: First two weeks of September.

VINIFICATION: Pressing of the grapes, partial fermentation in stainles steel tanks at a controlled temperature until an alcohol content of 5 – 5.5 % and 110-120 grams per liter of residual natural sugars is obtained. Stopping the fermentation by cooling. Bottling at constant pressure in order not to lose the natural carbon dioxide.

AGEING: 3 – 4 weeks lying horizontally in an underground cellar.